A striking red sectional and oversized, plush armchair boast of comfort and style in this transitional basement home theater. Designed for optimal entertaining, built-in cabinets and fireplace, a wet bar and additional table and seating are all framed within several different types of wood and stains to match the unique floor.
Stunning plush sectional, armchair and ottoman in red upholstery and leather excite in this all encompassing basement. Transitionally styled, the space features a home theater with built-in cabinets and fireplace, a wet bar with and additional table and seating, all framed within several different types of wood and stains to match the unique floor. Dropping portions of the ceiling creates a comforting room within a room feel.
Light and bright, this staircase is topped with medium wood steps to complement the hardwood floors on the each landing. White railings finished off with medium wood handrails complete the classic design.
Rich brown cabinets finished in a sleek, high-gloss lacquer provide striking contrast against this kitchen's light wood floors, neutral walls and crisp white ceiling. The design is stylish, polished and sophisticated.
Part of this kitchen's visual interest comes from its layering of different woods: a dark wood floor and an island finished with oak. Over the island, an unusual vintage pendant light with a brass stripe around its middle is another eye catcher.
This kitchen's rift and sawn-cut white oak floors are 8-inch planks that were fitted and finished to match the existing floor in the family and dining rooms. The wood's warm color picks up the shade of the island's Palomino Quartzite countertop.
The living room has been repainted a bright, modern blue with white trim. The original wood floors have been refinished, and a portion of shiplap wood siding has been uncovered from beneath the sheet rock and painted white, to elegantly extend the mantel of the fireplace.
The rich brown cabinets in this contemporary kitchen are finished in a sleek, high-gloss lacquer, lending boldness and sophistication to the space. The dark cabinets provide striking contrast against the kitchen's light wood floors, neutral walls and crisp white ceiling.
The living room features the original refinished hardwood floor, new curtains, and blind, updated furnishings and custom art designed by Mia's younger son Bryce. Host Erin Napier said the floors had to be sanded three times to get the old dark stain completely removed to allow the natural color of the wood to show again.
The design of this remarkable home uses its lovely Mediterranean architecture as a foundation, then layers on eclectic vintage furnishings, bold graphic patterns and pretty brass details. Case in point: The handsome wood doors are finished in a pale gray wash that matches the shade of the foyer's tile floor.
A pair of topiaries add a touch of green to the soothing neutral palette of this home's small but open dining area. The table's creamy white tones contrast beautifully with the warmth of polished wood floors, and four comfortable slipcovered armchairs invite diners to linger long after the meal is finished.
A gorgeous seashell chandelier grabs attention and adds great texture and neutral color to the stark white setting of this living room. A blanket-draped sofa is finished with a patterned throw pillow. Two coffee tables break up the black floor space with the wood tops complementing the natural decorative elements by the window.
As seen on Home Town, the Walker's Laurel, MS existing living room was cold and uninviting with a dark stain on the existing wood floor and a solid entry door allowing minimal light into the large open space. After the renovations, their Laurel, MS living room now gives the feeling of being wide open and flows nicely from the full glass entry door into the living and dining areas. The living room features the original refinished hardwood floor, new curtains and blind, updated furnishings and custom art designed by Mia's younger son Bryce. Host Erin Napier said the floors had to be sanded three times to get the old dark stain completely removed to allow the natural color of the wood to show again.
As seen on Home Town, the Walker's Laurel, MS existing dining room was cold and uninviting was a dark stain on the existing wood floor and a single door in the wall to access the wall paneled kitchen. After the renovations, their dining room now flows right into the large kitchen and features the original hardwood floor refinished, updated furnishings, a custom built white oak buffet table and a custom designed wallpaper wall that host Erin Napier hand drew and sent off to have the wallpaper created for the Walker residence.
Designers wanted to stick with the nautical theme throughout the home's spaces, so designers chose a navy wallpaper with a sailboat pattern for the upper portion of the walls in the space. To help keep the space from being overwhelmed by the dark, navy color, white paneling was added to the bottom of the walls and carried through to the space's vanity. A wood countertop and white sink and warmth and continuity to the design while it is finished off with a light gray, penny round tile floor that adds a touch of flair.